Air Route Networks Through Complex Networks Theory

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  • Author : Jose M. Sallan
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Pages : 252 pages
  • ISBN : 0128126663
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Air Route Networks Through Complex Networks Theory

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Air Route Networks through Complex Networks Theory connects theory research with network connectivity analysis, providing practitioners with the tools they need to develop more efficient, resilient and profitable air route networks. The book helps airline route planners and executives create more robust route networks that are less vulnerable to disruptions, such as node isolation. The book further explores errors and attacks in complex networks, strategies for detecting critical nodes and cascading failure models to assess and maximize robustness. The book

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